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What Are You Really Willing to Do for Your Freedom? | Revolution Now!

What Are You Really Willing to Do for Your Freedom?

Submitted by Freedomman on Fri, 10/14/2022 - 10:56

by Brent Johnson

I am truly sick of people who say that the path of sovereignty "doesn't work".

Ever since I started teaching people the truth about the treacheries of the United States
government against the American people, I have asked one question.  I ask this question during every seminar I conduct, on every one of my radio broadcasts, and regularly in my articles and commentaries.

The question is: What are you willing to do to protect and preserve your freedom?

Those people who complain that sovereignty doesn't work tend to ultimately admit that
sovereignty is too hard for them to achieve successfully.  That doesn't mean it is a failed or unworkable process; that only means that the individual in question doesn't want to do what is necessary to have his or her freedom!  That is not the fault of the process but of the individual.

Standing outside of government isn't easy. If you want an easy life, do whatever you are told to do; pay the taxes and obey the regulations and get the licenses and permits, etc. But then don't complain about not having any freedom!

Sometimes, people will proselytize or otherwise cite Scripture as in some way justifying
their individual failures to stand for truth and freedom, regardless of the difficulty. I don't buy that argument, either.

Scripture very specifically admonishes true believers to not be numbered. It doesn't make exceptions for those who find it too hard to live without the government safety net.

What are you willing to do for your freedom? Are you willing to quit your job, if necessary? Would you relocate your family, if necessary? Would you sell off all your possessions (or at least the ones that have put you into debt for the rest of your life)?

If you answered "no" to any of these questions, then you have not made freedom your top priority. Of course, that is your right. But then don't complain or worse, blame others because you have not chosen to make freedom your top priority.

You always have the freedom to choose, but you must also accept the consequences of your choices.

Brent Johnson is Director of Freedom Bound International, a common law service center dedicated to the preservation of personal freedom, privacy rights and the principles enshrined in the Declaration of Independence. He may be reached at 1-888-385-FREE or on-line at www.freedomradio.us.